Autumn Semester 2020 takes place in a mixed form of online and classroom teaching.
Please read the published information on the individual courses carefully.

Rainer Wallny: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2020

Name Prof. Dr. Rainer Wallny
FieldExperimental Particle Physics
Address
Inst. f. Teilchen- und Astrophysik
ETH Zürich, HPK E 26
Otto-Stern-Weg 5
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 40 09
Fax+41 44 633 11 04
E-mailrainer.wallny@phys.ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.wallny-group.phys.ethz.ch/
DepartmentPhysics
RelationshipFull Professor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
402-0600-00LNuclear and Particle Physics with Applications0 credits2SA. Rubbia, G. Dissertori, C. Grab, K. S. Kirch, R. Wallny
AbstractResearch colloquium, with a particular emphasis on IPA-related research topics.
ObjectiveWiden the horizon on the physics topics relevant for our IPA groups.
In addition, it shall provide opportunities to share and exchange scientific ideas.
402-0710-00LDoctoral Student Seminar in Nuclear and Particle Physics1 credit2SA. Rubbia, G. Dissertori, M. Dittmar, C. Grab, K. S. Kirch, R. Wallny, University lecturers
AbstractSeminar for PhD students
Objective
Lecture notesSeminar for PhD students
402-1782-00LPhysics II
Accompanying the lecture course "Physics II", among GESS Science in Perspective is offered: 851-0147-01L Philosophical Reflections on Physics II
7 credits4V + 2UR. Wallny
AbstractIntroduction to theory of waves, electricity and magnetism. This is the continuation of Physics I which introduced the fundamentals of mechanics.
Objectivebasic knowledge of mechanics and electricity and magnetism as well as the capability to solve physics problems related to these subjects.
851-0147-01LTheories, Experiments, Causality
Does not take place this semester.
Particularly suitable for students of D-PHYS
3 credits2GR. Wallny, M. Hampe
AbstractThis course critically evaluates topics and approaches from physics against a broader historical and philosophical/systematic background. Attention will be paid, amongst other things, to the role of experiments, to the concepts of matter and field, and to theory formation.
ObjectiveStudents should be able to critically evaluate different topics and approaches in physics. They should also be enabled to communicate their insights to people from other disciplines and fields.
Prerequisites / NoticeThis course is part of the ETH "Critical Thinking" initiative.